When you have scored 1,177 points in your career before your junior season, as BYU's Tyler Haws did, you have had a lot of memorable baskets.
The one he made Monday night to sink Texas has to rank right up there among the best.
With the Cougars leading by a point and the shot clock about to expire, Haws made a running 18-footer, off-balance, with 43 seconds left and BYU held on for an 86-82 win.
"We had a play called, and I think we ran the play and Texas defending it really well. Time was just running down, and Eric [Mika] was in the corner. He was acting like he wanted me to come off for a little hand-off. I have just shot that shot, sometimes in HORSE, and sometimes after practice, the runner thing. I was just happy it went in."<